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What Environment Does An Elephant Live In?

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Elephant is the largest land mammal. It is considered in the Vertebrates and belongs to the class, Mammalia and Order.Proboscideea. Elephants have a life span of fifty to sixty years.

Most of the elephant population is found in whole of Africa to the south of the Desert of Sahara. They are found all over the world in usually any kind of habitat. Thus elephants can survive in the wild and also in the developed urban areas. The environment that these animals live in should have sufficient quantities of food and water.

Elephant generally spends sixteen hours of a day in eating. This population is hunted for their ivory and is thus considered among the endangered species. Another reason of their declining population is the loss of natural habitat. These animals consume grass, leaves and fruit. They even eat twigs and bark.
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The elephant lives in Asia and south of the Sahara desert. This beautiful animal is hunted illegally for its ivory tusks. In March of 2007 there were only 470,000 and 690,000 left. The scientific name for elephant is: Elephas maximus-southern Asia and Loxodonta africana-Africa.The Indian elephant eats about 330 pounds of food a day, and the African elephant eats 440-660 pounds. Elephants eat grass, tree leaves, flowers, wild fruits, twigs, shrubs, bamboo, and bananas. Park rangers try to help this beautifully endangered animal but it is still not enough. SAVE THE ELEPHANT.
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They live in Africa,Asia,and dry lands.Sahara Desert.
They eat grass, leave,fruit,twigs,and bark
elephants  spend sixteen hours eating a day
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They live in the grassland
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Elephants live in Africa,Asia but thay can live any were I live in southern Tennessee an we got a elephant sanctuary here!

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